The food was decent, but after telling them I had a gluten allergy the soup still came out with crusty bread on the side, which they replaced. When I received my cappucino, it had a side of biscotti. The manager came over to apologize, which was nice, but I dont think they have a good enough understanding to rate this as celiac friendly. I was also surprised that even after making the mistakes and apologizing, they didnt even offer to cover the cost of my coffee. Most restaurants I have been (even pre-celiac) if they screwed up twice, they usually comp you on something from the meal. I don't really care, but I thought it showed a lower level of restaurant quality. Overall, everyone enjoyed the food, but the price was really for the view (which was awesome)
The place is called Table Rock House restaurant now. Chef came out and spoke to be directly. The waitress was nice & understanding. My only complaint is that the Creme Brûlée came out with a chocolate straw which was not GF. It was on the plate, not touching the actual dessert and she offered to get me a new one. I just had my husband take it off the plate. I did not get sick and the food was definitely delicious!
The manager and staff went above and beyond their duty to ensure my son received a GF meal. They even put fries into the oven to bake, especially for him, instead of saying 'no' because they only have one fryer. They lined the oven tray to be extra safe and gave us a window seat overlooking the falls because they wanted our son to be extra happy. Amazing.
No gluten free menu, but when I explained to the waitress that my daughter had a gluten allergy, she brought out the chef and he was more than accommodating. They have gluten free bread for sandwiches! My daughter loved her turkey sandwich
Had lunch here this week and felt very safe with my order. I told the waitress that I had celiac so she sent the chef (Chef Matt) over for a chat. He was great and walked me through the menu of what could be altered to accommodate my needs. I had the deconstructed fish sandwich which was tasty. It wasn’t the best food I have ever had, but the views here are amazing and that’s what you are paying for. The rest of my family enjoyed their lunch as well.
No dedicated gluten free menu but the manager came over to explain what was and wasn’t safe. Ordered tomato soup, steak, and chocolate mousse. Manager came back and said they weren’t sure if the tomato soup was made with cornstarch or wheat that day (They make their soups fresh daily and I appreciated the attentiveness) so I exchanged it for butternut soup. Steak was just ok, veggies were steamed and had no flavor. Overall it wasn’t a great meal but a safe meal which is how I rated it. My husband and I agree that the view is incredible and that’s what your paying for.
No dedicated menu or menu items, but the chef was very knowledgeable, and gave us suggestions for gluten free options. I assumed he paid particular attention to cross contamination, because of how knowledgeable he was, but I can’t be sure. The food was delicious, and the view of Niagara Falls is beautiful.